May 25 (SeeNews) - Romania's state-controlled postal services operator Posta Romana said that it established a partnership with U.S.-based e-commerce company eBay to help local small and medium businesses (SMEs) export their products through the eBay's network.
The "e-export nation" programme will allow Romanian businesses which sign up to have access to eBay's multinational delivery network, Posta Romana said in a press release on Tuesday.
"Through the e-export nation programme, we help Romanian SMEs to be visible to the 133 million active buyers that eBay has in 190 markets around the world," said Michael Sokolovsky, Head of Communications & Marketing eBay EMEA emerging markets.
"We provide them with practical advice to make effective use of export services and opportunities, as well as many other cost-saving benefits. Essentially, we show them how they can grow their business and scale globally," Sokolovsky added.
Posta Romana's distribution network serves almost 19 million Romanians.
Founded in 1995 in San Jose, California, eBay is one of the largest e-commerce platforms in the world. In 2022, the company's gross merchandise volume reached almost $74 billion (68.7 billion euro).